Thursday, June 14, 2007

Bible vs. Board

In the church-state debate, districts often are caught in the middle of a controversial and costly quandry over religion's role in schools according to Richard D. Sorenson, Assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations at the University of Texas.

In a recent article, he answered the following questions...

  1. Can the Bible be taught in schools?

  2. Can Bibles be distributed throughout schools that teach a Bible course?

  3. Can students read the Bible in any class or subject?

  4. Can students read the Bible on their own in any class?

  5. Can students pray at school?

  6. Can schools start the day with a prayer?

  7. Can schools sponsor silent prayer or meditation?

  8. Can schools sponsor a moment or minute of silence?

Read his answers HERE.

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